Prepare for a flashing hitchhiking trip through the sonar landscapes of dubby history with our NET-EP 04, where Ras Amerlock is about to give you an exclusive lift aboard his hidden space ship laboratory!
Feeling the ever-present aftermaths of such Dub fundamentalists as Scientist, King Tubby or Lee Perry all the way through your journey you will wonder if the legendary Black Ark studio really dissolved into its own mythical ashes - or if it hasn't reintegrated back into a new orbit just now.
Ras Amerlock's crazy 3D-dubness experiments will take you far beyond the black hole of historical emulation. "Farther East" is rather an echo-driven time machine, jumping from a glorious past straight to an unknown future, conveying deep studies into bassline gravity, Zero-G-offbeat science and deadly Snare-Blasters underway. Leaving a long trail of green haze
in its wake. Fasten your seatbelts and have something conical ready!
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Reviewer:Yotam Der Nicht Heilige -
December 19, 2008 Subject:
a very interesting electronic dub
though this album, in my opinion, is not so much conntected to the roots of the genre, i like it because it expands the dub's spectrum to fields largly unknown for the genre.
April 6, 2007 Subject:
Obviously inspired by classic Jamaican DUB, Ras Amerlock translates this inspiration into a form of digital niceness of exceptional quality.
This full length EP contains a selection of these works. Deep Bass for Deep Space, fe true. Nuff vibes, skillful DUB mixing and some very nice riddims form the main ingredients for what can only be described as a Dubwise Experience extra-ordinary!